Luis Carlos "Coroncoro" Perea (born 29 December 1963 in Turbo) is a Colombian retired footballer who played as a central defender.
During his career Perea played mainly with Independiente Medellín, where he would debut in 1983, and Atlético Nacional, but also had brief spells with Atlético Junior and Deportes Tolima. Abroad he represented Club Necaxa and Toros Neza in Mexico, and he won the 1989 Copa Libertadores with Nacional.
During seven years, Perea played 78 games and scored two goals for the Colombia national team. This included six appearances at the 1990 and the 1994 FIFA World Cups combined.
Perea participated in four Copa América finals, and netted his first international goal in the 1993 Copa América, in the 88th minute of the quarterfinal match against Uruguay (1–1 after 120 minutes, penalty shootout win).
In 1999 Perea moved to the United States, intending to sign with the Miami Fusion or Tampa Bay Mutiny. He didn't join either club and retired from playing, but began working as a player development coach at the Miami Strike Force; he was named in a list of the top 100 prominent Latinos living in Miami.
Perea is the father of Luis Alberto Perea, a professional footballer who has played in Categoría Primera A, Major League Soccer and the Chilean Primera División.